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Dunleavy proposes doing away with public assistance payouts; Board changes eyed as a way to streamline; Tourism, courts, pensions, oil tax credits: Where Alaska Gov. Dunleavy wants to spend more cash ; Dunleavy wants to cut cruise ship watchdog program; House committees organize, five weeks after session began; Murkowski cool to Dunleavy cuts; Study: Steep tariff hikes needed for Port of Alaska repairs; Juneau, cruise industry make nice at regional conference as decision to appeal lawsuit lingers; In Sitka, a teacher wants her classroom to know who’s responsible for climate change; Research shows king salmon may be swimming with predators
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Alaska News Nightly: Tuesday, Feb. 19, 2019